Chris Tamm

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Tamm completed honours in 2004 and was recipient of the Deborah Paauwe Award for photographic excellence. Chris has been curating and managing culture events in alternative spaces since 2000, including three street art festivals in Adelaide 2003-5. He was also managing editor and art director of Entropy Magazine. Most recently he has relocated to Sydney and has just completed a six month stint as curator at MAY'S, an outdoor curated street art space.
Tamm completed honours in 2004 and was recipient of the Deborah Paauwe Award for photographic excellence. Chris has been curating and managing culture events in alternative spaces since 2000, including three street art festivals in Adelaide 2003-5. He was also managing editor and art director of Entropy Magazine. Most recently he has relocated to Sydney and has just completed a six month stint as curator at MAY'S, an outdoor curated street art space.
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Contact: konsumterra[at]hotmail[dot]com
 
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*Have Crash Philosophy Book
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*Architectonic (with Tripcat)
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konsumterra[at]hotmail[dot]com]
==External Links==
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*[http://www.unisa.edu.au/art/events/artistspeak.asp Chris Tamm’s Artistspeak artists talk] (.wmv file format)
*[http://www.unisa.edu.au/art/events/artistspeak.asp Chris Tamm’s Artistspeak artists talk] (.wmv file format)
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Chris Tamm, aka Konsumterra, is a Sydney, formerly Adelaide, based graff artist, graphic designer and zinester.

Tamm completed honours in 2004 and was recipient of the Deborah Paauwe Award for photographic excellence. Chris has been curating and managing culture events in alternative spaces since 2000, including three street art festivals in Adelaide 2003-5. He was also managing editor and art director of Entropy Magazine. Most recently he has relocated to Sydney and has just completed a six month stint as curator at MAY'S, an outdoor curated street art space.

Bibliography

  • St.Rt (n.d.)
  • Have Crash Philosophy Book
  • Architectonic (with Tripcat)

Contact

konsumterra[at]hotmail[dot]com]

External Links

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